Glenn Allen Burris, 46, of Aurora, IN, passed away Friday, May 27, 2016 in Lawrenceburg, IN.He was born Sunday, September 21, 1969 in Lawrenceburg, Indiana, Son of George “Glenn” Burris and Martha Burris.Glenn worked as the Horseshoe Lake Campground manger. He was a self-employed Home Renovator and Real Estate Broker and mechanic. He loved his home renovation business, Burris and Associates. The business allowed him to work with his son Justin, teaching him the skills related to the business.Glenn was a graduate of South Dearborn High School. He was a wrestler while in school and continued in the sport by being an assistant coach. Glenn was a workaholic. He enjoyed his work of renovating old houses and making them look new. His building and craftsmanship showed the pride that he took in his work. He also loved camping, old country music, kayaking, stained glass work, gardening, old Westerns and beekeeping. He valued spending time with friends, dogs, Roxy and Axle and family the most. He will be missed by all..Surviving are his wife, Mary Jean Pfister Burris; children, Justin L. Burris and Reagan L. Burris of Aurora, IN; Father, Glenn Burris of Rising Sun, IN; Mother, Martha Burris of Aurora, IN; Siblings, Brian (Becky) Burris of Burlington, KY, Ruth Penny of Aurora, IN, Jennifer (Terry) Jackson of Rising Sun, IN, Mary (J.R.) Hardison of Moores Hill, IN.Friends will be received 5:00 – 8:00 PM, Thursday, June 2, 2016 at the Rullman Hunger Funeral Home, Aurora, Indiana.Services will be held at the Funeral Home, Friday, June 3, 2016 at 12:00 PM.Interment will follow in the River View Cemetery, Aurora, IN.Contributions may be made to Love the Hungry . If unable to attend, please call the office at (812) 926-1450 and we will notify the family of your donation with a card.Visit: www.rullmans.com
The South Florida father accused of kidnapping his newborn child and triggering an Amber Alert on Wednesday morning has been found dead, according to the Pasco County Sheriff’s Office.Deputies there say there is no sign of the one-week-old baby boy and are still looking for him.An Amber Alert was issued early Wednesday for the missing one-week-old baby boy.Sheriff Nocco live to discuss the abandoned vehicle and amber alert https://t.co/dPlljtGtzh— Pasco Sheriff (@PascoSheriff) January 29, 2020 The child and the suspect, 49-year-old Andrew Caballeiro, were last seen near 21900 Southwest 187th Avenue in Miami. Authorities had been searching for a White Ford passenger van with Florida Tag number KUSK23. Caballeiro is reportedly the child’s father.Pasco County Sheriff’s officials held a news conference Wednesday evening. Deputies received a call just before 12:30 p.m. Wednesday regarding a suspicious vehicle in a rural area. Upon approaching the vehicle, deputies discovered a deceased male inside with a self-inflicted gunshot wound.The vehicle and clothing on the man matched the description provided in the Amber Alert issued Wednesday morning.According to deputies, one witness saw a blonde woman sitting in the van’s front passenger seat. The Pasco County Sheriff’s Office is asking that woman to come forward with the baby.Meanwhile, Miami-Dade Police continue investigating a triple murder that occurred at the home where the infant was last seen. Three women were shot dead there, and Caballeiro is said to be related to at least one of them.Triple Murder in Miami Prompts Amber Alert for Baby
The FA Cup is set to feature a new rule allowing clubs to make a fourth substitution in extra-time from the quarter-finals onwards.Teams who have used three replacements during the sixth round, semi-finals and final will then be allowed to introduce another player – should the game be level after normal time.This format was first trialled earlier this summer in the Copa America tournament.
On fourth-and-10, his replacement, Preston Hutchinson, threw an incompletion. Pitt kneeled out the win.After the game, Glass tweeted he “let God and [his] family down!”I let God and my family down!— Mike Glass III (@mglassiii) December 27, 2019Let he who has not inadvertently struck a referee cast the first stone.marvelous ESPN Deportes call pic.twitter.com/UAghdn0AVM— Timothy Burke (@bubbaprog) December 27, 2019 With his ejection surely secured already, the senior decided to make it count. He began exchanging words with Pitt defensive back Paris Ford and went to issue another slap, but as he did so, referee Chris Snead stepped in between them.Eastern Michigan QB Mike Glass III was ejected after throwing punches during the final seconds of their bowl loss to Pitt. pic.twitter.com/DTPguFRtnj— SportsCenter (@SportsCenter) December 27, 2019MORE: SN college football All-AmericansSnead received a slap to the face for his bravery, dramatically falling to the turf at about the same time as the flag he threw for the initial shove did. He eventually got up and had his hat handed to him.Glass, of course, was ejected. He finished the night 28-for-50 for 311 passing yards, two touchdowns and one interception to go along with 83 rushing yards and a rushing touchdown. Eastern Michigan quarterback Mike Glass III ended his college career with a bang Thursday, throwing a pair of slaps, one of which hit a ref, to earn an ejection with 10 seconds left in the Eagles’ 34-30 loss to Pittsburgh in the Quick Lane Bowl.Glass was attempting to lead a comeback drive in the final minute when he was taken down as he threw an incompletion on third-and-10. When he got up, he swung at Panthers linebacker Cam Bright, shoving him in the facemask.